A recent study in Europe shows that people who believe their life is affected by luck are more likely to have severe gum disease. In contrast, people who believe that their own actions are the major factor in life outcomes are more likely to have good oral health. Why is this the case? Find out here!
Thumb Sucking or a Pacifier?
Is there a benefit to allowing a child to suck their thumb over using a pacifier, or vice versa? Find out more about this common childhood habit.
Maintain Oral Health Despite Crohn’s Disease
Did you know Crohn’s disease can lead to poor oral health? Find out more about the connection and what our Yuba City Dentists can do to help.
Teeth and Allergies
Despite the occasional colder temperatures we've experienced lately in the Yuba City area, spring is here. The trees are blooming and seasonal allergies are kicking in. Did you know that allergies can impact dental health? All that nose blowing due to sinus irritation...
Meth Use and Dental Health
Methamphetamine abuse creates disastrous physical and social consequences across the United States. To illustrate, methamphetamine has surpassed all other substances nationwide for convictions based on drug use. Cheap production costs combined with powerful addictive...
Genes and Your Oral Health
Which dental traits and problems have you inherited from your parents? While no one is absolutely fated to have good or bad oral health, dentists have long noticed complications experienced by multiple generations of one family. In many cases, this is simply the...
Healthy Holiday Teeth
A healthy smile should always be at the top of your wish list.” — Academy of General Dentistry Holidays usually lead to lots of treats and plenty of special drink from eggnog to champagne. Since family gatherings and back and forth parties with friends can last for...